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<p>The name may not leave much to the imagination, but there are always surprises to be found within the yearly Best App Ever Awards.</p><p>Often, those surprises are rather pleasant because every app (and game) ever released on iOS or Android is eligible. So that means a vast vault to choose from and, inevitably, some unexpected or overlooked candidates turn up.</p><p>But also, the finalists are picked by the public.</p><p>Following thousands of submissions earlier this year, the BAE team has narrowed the (huge) list down to the apps with the highest number of nominations and the finalists are now ready to face your scrutiny.</p><p>And with more than 50 categories for both iOS and Android, there's bound to be some apps on the list you use regularly and will want to champion. It's all about giving a little back.</p><p>So here's your chance. Work methodically to pick an app from each of the categories, go minimalist and select one app from just one category, or dip in and out semi-randomly - it's entirely up to you.</p><p>You can vote here and everything shuts down on July 3rd, with the winners announced during our PG Connects San Francisco conference.</p><p>Until then, go support your favourites!</p><p>Despite getting a Bronze Award and fusing Victorian fiction with silly humour, Betram Fiddle's first episode didn't make enough money to fund its second episode.</p><p>But not all is lost. The creators at Rumpus Animation have taken the game to Kickstarter where they hope to raise £25,000.</p><p>With this, and the money and work they've already got under their belt, Rumpus should be able to get Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement out by September 2016.</p><p>That'll be on Windows and Mac via Steam as well as iOS, as before.</p><p>As you'd expect, Bertram and and Gavin return in this second episode, and get closer to revealing the true identity of Geoff the Murderer.</p><p>"We want Episode 2 to be bigger and better and more puzzlier than the first," Rumpus says.</p><p>As part of this, it's also teamed up with German game studio Deck13 (creators of Dark Souls-esque console and PC game Lords of the Fallen) who will lend its expertise to Bertram Fiddle.</p><p>You can secure copies of Bertram Fiddle's second episode as well as all future episodes on PC or mobile over on its Kickstarter.</p><p>If you want to check out the first episode then it's available for £2.29 / $2.99 on the App Store or for £4.99 / $5.99 on Steam.</p>
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<p>Pitched by the development team as “the first mobile, base builder, strategy game that adds competition to a story driven experience”, Rift of Raigard is a fantasy-set RTS geared towards those who’ve had enough of stingy F2P models. Centring on three factions at war, players are invited to choose a side and fight for them when embarking on a feature-rich campaign. Rift of Raigard is in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign, currently undergoing its final push.</p><p>You’d think that, what with its strategic appeal and slower-pace, the RTS genre would kick ass on mobile. So many titles looking to provide this experience so often get it wrong, however, and it’s this ideology that Rift of Raigard has been born out of. Should it secure enough funding, the world of Rift of Raigard will feature an eclectic mix of locations to fight through as either a member of the Folklords, Gremlochs, or Coalites, fuelled by an interwoven and original story.</p><p>Adding some personality to the RTS experience, Rift of Raigard heavily emphasises customisation. Everything from your central hero, to lower ground troops, and even your base can all be evolved thanks to an assortment of skins. Acquiring them helps to add a little additional risk. After all, the last thing you want is to see your custom encampment destroyed by the enemy.</p><p>There are plenty of other exciting features planned, including specific game modes never before seen in the genre, sponsored events and leagues, a dedicated guild system, and much more. Rift of Raigard will also tout a zero-tolerance policy to ward off cheaters, with the game’s blend of glorious RTS action intended to remain accessible and fair for all.“With a world-class development and art team, we strive to create the #bestgameever on mobile” say the development team from Dun Rite Games who need just an extra push to transform that into reality. You can show your interest in Rift of Raigard by backing the game on Kickstarter, while reaping exclusive rewards in the process – depending on your chosen tier.</p><p>Canadian design studio Metatecture has taken to Kickstarter with a headset that uses an iPad mini or iPhone 6+ as the display - and brains - of a virtual reality system.</p><p>The AirVR works much like the Durovis Dive or Google's Cardboard, by strapping a smartphone or tablet directly to your eyeballs by way of a couple of lenses.</p><p>The screen is then split in two to deliver a stereoscopic 3D view, while the device's motion sensing abilities take care of the head tracking functions that plunge you into the exciting world of an alternative reality.</p><p>"Getting started with AirVR is quick and easy," the designer says. "Simply slide your iPad Mini or iPhone 6+ into the AirVR and you’re set. The ergonomic foam pads and adjustable ballistic nylon straps ensure a snug and comfortable fit."</p><p>While headsets such as this aren't up to the scope of dedicated hardware like the Oculus Rift, there's definitely something to be said for their affordability, wirelessness (if there is such a word) and the default inclusion of a camera pass-through.</p><p>Metatecture isn't just 3D printing an iPad head mount, however.</p><p>The iPad mini version will bring unused screen real estate into use via a 'touch strip,' which adds buttons to AirVR-enabled games and apps to make control and adjustment easier for the user.</p><p>It's also put together an open-source SDK that works with Unity, making it quicker and simpler for developers to adapt existing games into virtual reality titles, and create brand new ones from scratch.</p><p>If the AirVR Kickstarter campaign is successful - and given that it's brought in around a fifth of its goal within 24 hours, it seems likely - the headset is expected to go on sale at the beginning of 2015.</p><p>Check it out.</p>
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